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Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman U D O World Tour 2018 Feb 23 2018 USA New York, NY The Gramercy Theatre Feb 24 2018 USA Poughkeepsie, NY The Chance Feb 25 2018 CDN Montreal, QUE Cafe Campus Feb 27 2018 CDN Quebec City, QUE Le Cercle Feb 28 2018 CDN Toronto, ONT MOD Club Mar 02 2018 USA Rochester, NY Montage Music Hall Mar 03 2018 USA Cleveland, OH Agora Ballroom Mar 04 2018 USA Pitt, PA Rex Theater Mar 06 2018 USA Westland, MI Token Lounge Mar 07 2018 USA Joliet, Il The Forge Mar 09 2018 USA Racine, WI Rt 20 Mar 10 2018 USA Sioux Falls, SD Bigs Bar Mar 11 2018 USA LaCrosse, WI Cavalier Theater Mar 12 2018 USA Minneapolis, MN The Cabooze Mar 13 2018 CDN Winnipeg, MB Park Theatre Mar 15 2018 CDN Calgary, AB Marquee Mar 16 2018 CDN Edmonton, AB The Starlite Room Mar 18 2018 CDN Vancouver, BC Rickshaw Theater Mar 19 2018 USA Seattle, WA El Corazon Mar 21 2018 USA San Francisco, CA Slim’s Mar 22 2018 USA West Hollywood, CA Whiskey a Go Go Mar 23 2018 USA San Diego, CA Brick by Brick Mar 24 2018 USA Tempe, AZ Club Red Mar 26 2018 USA Dallas, TX Trees Mar 27 2018 USA San Antonio, TX Vibes Event Center Mar 28 2018 USA Houston, TX Scout Bar Mar 30 2018 USA Jacksonville, FL Mavericks Mar 31 2018 USA West Palm Beach, FL Kelsey Theater Apr 01 2018 USA Tampa, FL Orpheum Apr 02 2018 USA Carrboro, NC Cats Cradle Apr 03 2018 USA Louisville, KY Trixie’s Entertainment Apr 05 2018 USA Baltimore, MD Soundstage Apr 06 2018 USA Asbury Park, NJ The Stone Pony Apr 07 2018 USA Worcester, MA The Palladium Apr 08 2018 USA Philadelphia, PA The Trocadero U D O Dirkschneider Steel Factory World Tour 2018-2019 Jan 16, 2019
Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman U D O Dirkschneider wORLD tOUR 2017 Dirkschneider — 2017/2018 Tour Dates Oct 01 2017 UA Kharkiv KKZU Oct 03 2017 UA Dnipro Mashinostroiteley Oct 04 2017 UA Kiev Nau Oct 06 2017 RUS St. Petersburg Kosmonaut Oct 07 2017 RUS Moscow Yotaspace Club Oct 08 2017 RUS Nizhny Novgorod Milo Concert Hall Oct 10 2017 RUS Barnaul DK Sibenergomash Oct 11 2017 RUS Novosirbisk Otdych Oct 13 2017 RUS Khabarovsk MuzTeatr Oct 15 2017 RUS Vladivostok Fresco Hall Oct 18 2017 E Madrid La Riviera Oct 19 2017 E Barcelona Razzmatazz 2 Oct 20 2017 E Murcia Gamma Oct 23 2017 E Bilbao Santana 27 Oct 26 2017 A Wörgl Komma Oct 27 2017 A Vienna Szene Oct 28 2017 SK Bratislava MMC Oct 30 2017 H Budapest Barba Negra Oct 31 2017 SK Kosice Colosseum Nov 02 2017 CZ Ostrava Garage Nov 03 2017 CZ Zlin MOR Cafe Nov 04 2017 CZ Plzen KD Seríkovka Nov 06 2017 PL Warsaw Progresja Nov 07 2017 LT Vilnius Rock River Club Nov 08 2017 LV Riga Palladium Nov 09 2017 EST Tallinn Rockcafe Nov 11 2017 FIN Malax Aminne Folkpark Nov 12 2017 FIN Helsinki The Circus Nov 13 2017 FIN Tampere Pakkahuone Nov 15 2017 FIN Turku Gong Nov 17 2017 S Ronneby Klubb Ron Nov 18 2017 S Gävle Gasklockorna Nov 19 2017 S Stockholm Fryshuset Nov 21 2017 S Eskilstuna Lokomotivet Nov 22 2017 S Gothenburg Trädgårn Nov 24 2017 N Trondheim Byscenen Nov 25 2017 N Jevnaker Glassheim Nov 27 2017 DK Aalborg Skraaen Nov 28 2017 DK Copenhagen Amager Bio Nov 29 2017 DK Aarhus Voxhall Dec 01 2017 CZ Prague Meet Factory Dec 02 2017 D Leipzig Haus Auensee Dec 03 2017 D Oberhausen Turbinenhalle Dec 05 2017 D Hamburg Grosse Freiheit Dec 06 2017 D Hannover Capitol Dec 07 2017 D Bremen Aladin Dec 09 2017 D Osnabrück Hyde Park Dec 10 2017 D Berlin Huxley’s Neue Welt Dec 12 2017 D Köln Essigfabrik Dec 13 2017 F Paris La Machine Dec 15 2017 D Tuttlingen Stadthalle Dec 16 2017 D Kaufbeuren All-Kart Halle Dec 17 2017 D Stuttgart LKA Dec 19 2017 CH Pratteln Z7 Dec 21 2017 D München Backstage Werk Dec 22 2017 D Geiselwind Eventhalle Dec 23 2017 D Mannheim Maimarkthalle Club Feb 23 2018 USA New York, NY The Gramercy Theatre Feb 24 2018 USA Poughkeepsie, NY The Chance Feb 25 2018 CDN Montreal, QUE Cafe Campus Feb 27 2018 CDN Quebec City, QUE Le Cercle Feb 28 2018 CDN Toronto, ONT MOD Club Mar 02 2018 USA Rochester, NY Montage Music Hall Mar 03 2018 USA Cleveland, OH Agora Ballroom Mar 04 2018 USA Pitt, PA Rex Theater Mar 06 2018 USA Westland, MI Token Lounge Mar 07 2018 USA Joliet, Il The Forge Mar 09 2018 USA Racine, WI Rt 20 Mar 10 2018 USA Sioux Falls, SD Bigs Bar Mar 11 2018 USA LaCrosse, WI Cavalier Theater Mar 12 2018 USA Minneapolis, MN The Cabooze Mar 13 2018 CDN Winnipeg, MB Park Theatre Mar 15 2018 CDN Calgary, AB Marquee Mar 16 2018 CDN Edmonton, AB The Starlite Room Mar 18 2018 CDN Vancouver, BC Rickshaw Theater Mar 19 2018 USA Seattle, WA El Corazon Mar 21 2018 USA San Francisco, CA Slim’s Mar 22 2018 USA West Hollywood, CA Whiskey a Go Go Mar 23 2018 USA San Diego, CA Brick by Brick Mar 24 2018 USA Tempe, AZ Club Red Mar 26 2018 USA Dallas, TX Trees Mar 27 2018 USA San Antonio, TX Vibes Event Center Mar 28 2018 USA Houston, TX Scout Bar Mar 30 2018 USA Jacksonville, FL Mavericks Mar 31 2018 USA West Palm Beach, FL Kelsey Theater Apr 01 2018 USA Tampa, FL Orpheum Apr 02 2018 USA Carrboro, NC Cats Cradle Apr 03 2018 USA Louisville, KY Trixie’s Entertainment Apr 05 2018 USA Baltimore, MD Soundstage Apr 06 2018 USA Asbury Park, NJ The Stone Pony Apr 07 2018 USA Worcester, MA The Palladium Apr 08 2018 USA Philadelphia, PA The Trocadero U D O Dirkschneider Steel Factory World Tour 2018-2019 Jan 16, 2019
Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman U D O Dirkschneider Vocals Date of Birth: Apr 06, 1952 Place of Birth: Wuppertal, Germany more Information: My first glance at the world was on April the 6.th of 1952, exactly at 1.pm, in the beautiful town called Wuppertal. As the years were passing by, at the age of 12, I received as a gift from my parents the Beatles record "I'm Down", From then on I was obsessed with music. Then the Rolling Stones came into my life, and from that momment on the Beatles were only wimps. I got my first portable Recordplayer for Christmas. All my teachers hated me, because I took it always with me to school, my schoolmate was the world famous producer Michael Wagener and together with him I started my music carrier. At this time I was not interested in using my voice I was more into keyboards, and so my parents made me a gift at the age of 14. Of course a keyboard! At the same time Michael got his first electric guitar and the radio of his parents becames the amplifier. Of course they didn't liked it! From this time on the route was marked. Michael was working hard on the guitar and I was trying to play the keyboards propper. More and more I got into singing, and the result was, that I liked it more then playing . I created the first Band BAND X, when I was sixteen. We played 3 years in Clubs and in the year 1971 Michael and I changed the name of this Band. From this time on we were ACCEPT. At the same time Michael faced himself with the fact that he was not a good guitarplayer, and he changed to studio work. It needed 4 years to find the right Line up which gets the break through under the name ACCEPT. On a competition in Düsseldorf we reached the third place, and we got our first record deal. 1978 was the year of our first Album called "Accept", and at this time our music was a revolution. In the end of 1979 the second album was out under the title "I`m A Rebel", it was a work of research for a style. In 1980 with the release of "Breaker" the music scene was shocked by the sound of this album, surprised with this kind of agressive music from Germany, and this was also a breakthrough for the band all over Europe, and also it was the first time that we did a big headline tour in Germany and the european tour with JUDAS PRIEST, and so we decided this would be our profession. With the next album "Restless And Wild" for the first time America was interested in us, but in our opinion it was to early. During this time together with Michael Wagner I made a production company, called "DOUBLE TROUBLE" and produced bands like RAVEN, FAITHFULL BREATH, STREET FIGHTER etc. At this time there were rumors that I would quit ACCEPT, but it was not true. Then in 1983 with the release of "Balls To The Wall" we had world wide success and than the time for America was right. ............ the rest of my carrier, fans know it ! Udo.... U D O Jan 16, 2019
Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman U.D.O. proudly announces the supports of the Steelfactory tour 2019!!! U D O Jan 16, 2019
Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman UDO VIP UPGRADE! This VIP Ticket is an upgrade in order to meet the band and get some strictly limited merchandise items!!!!! NO entry to the show with this VIP Ticket only!!!! In order to visit the show you need to buy a regular ticket as well!!!! 3 different VIP Ticket categories available!!!! VIP Ticket category 1: - VIP meeting with the band, common picture and signing 3 items each person - special UDO VIP lanyard and VIP pass VIP Ticket category 2: - VIP meeting with the band, common picture and signing 3 items each person - special UDO VIP lanyard and VIP pass - special limited T-shirt and strictly limited metalbox with 3D cover (for VIP upgrade 2 and 3 only), T-shirt only available for VIP, nowhere else VIP Ticket category 3: - VIP meeting with the band, common picture and signing 3 items each person - special UDO VIP lanyard and VIP pass - special limited T-shirt and strictly limited metalbox with 3D cover (for VIP upgrade 2 and 3 only), T-shirt only available for VIP, nowhere else - special limited embroidered jacket (for VIP upgrade 3 only), with your name (or short text) embroidered on the front of the jacket. Strictly limited for VIP, nowhere else. For short notice purchase we can not guarantee that the VIP jacket will be ready for the show since this will be embroidered with your personal requested text. In that case we send it to your privat address free of additional charge. But we do our best to satisfy everybody and produce them asap. U D O Dirkschneider Sabaton Open Air 2019 Jan 16, 2019
Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman DOWNLOAD U K 2009 Download 2009 Setlists JUN 12 2009 Date Friday, June 12, 2009 - Sunday, June 14, 2009 Venue Donington Park, Castle Donington, England So far there are setlists of 80 gigs. Friday, June 12, 2009 A Day to Remember Billy Talent Bring Me the Horizon DIR EN GREY Devils Run Duff McKagan’s Loaded Enter Shikari Faith No More Hollywood Undead In This Moment Killswitch Engage Korn Lacuna Coil Lauren Harris Limp Bizkit Meshuggah Middle Class Rut Mötley Crüe Opeth Parkway Drive Staind Steadlür Sylosis The Blackout Twin Atlantic Voivod Add Setlist Saturday, June 13, 2009 Anvil Architects Black Spiders Chris Cornell DevilDriver Down DragonForce Fightstar Five Finger Death Punch General Fiasco Hardcore Superstar Hatebreed In Case of Fire Lawnmower Deth MANRAZE Marilyn Manson Pendulum Slipknot Static-X The Answer The Crave The Prodigy Thunder Add Setlist Sunday, June 14, 2009 Attack Attack! Black Stone Cherry Buckcherry Clutch Dear Superstar Def Leppard Dream Theater God Forbid Journey Karma to Burn Logan Papa Roach Pulled Apart by Horses Sabbat Sacred Mother Tongue Sevendust Shinedown Skin Steel Panther Stone Gods Suicide Silence Tesla The 69 Eyes Therapy? Trigger the Bloodshed Trivium Turbowolf Volbeat We Are the Ocean Whitesnake ZZ Top Add Setlist Download U K 2009 Jan 16, 2019
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Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman download u k 2007 Download 2007 Setlists JUN 8 2007 Date Friday, June 8, 2007 - Sunday, June 10, 2007 Venue Donington Park, Castle Donington, England So far there are setlists of 94 gigs. Friday, June 8, 2007 ANJ Bring Me the Horizon Buckcherry DragonForce Drive-By Argument Enter Shikari Fortune Drive From Autumn to Ashes Hayseed Dixie Hinder I Was a Cub Scout Ill Niño Job for a Cowboy Korn Megadeth My Chemical Romance Paramore Porcupine Tree Sanctity Saosin Suicidal Tendencies The Hedrons The Scare This Et Al Turboneger Velvet Revolver Wolfmother Zico Chain yourcodenameis:milo Add Setlist Saturday, June 9, 2007 Aiden Anathema Architects Army of Freshmen As I Lay Dying Biffy Clyro Bowling for Soup Bring Me the Horizon Damone Elliot Minor Gallows Hayseed Dixie Head Automatica Hellyeah Lez Zeppelin Linkin Park Machine Head Malpractice Marilyn Manson My Dying Bride My Vitriol Mötley Crüe Panic Cell Priestess Satellite Party Shadows Fall Silverstein Slayer The Answer Thirty Seconds to Mars Turisas bloodsimple Add Setlist Sunday, June 10, 2007 After Forever Billy Talent Cancer Bats Chimaira Cult of Luna DevilDriver Dimmu Borgir Dream Theater Evanescence Eyelash Fair to Midland Fastway Flood of Red In This Moment Iron Maiden Kids in Glass Houses Killswitch Engage Lamb of God Lauren Harris LostAlone Mastodon Napalm Death Orange Goblin Papa Roach Paradise Lost Parikrama Reel Big Fish Reuben Still Remains Stone Sour The Ghost of a Thousand Unearth Within Temptation Add Setlist DOWNLOAD U K 2007 Jan 15, 2019
Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman Guns n' Roses @ Download: Destruction avoided By John Atkin John Atkin reflects on Sunday @ Download as Guns n' Roses headlined the festival with their appetite for self-destruction turning into a masterclass. There's a moment when it all hangs in the balance. For 30 minutes, Guns 'n Roses have singed the eyebrows and eardrums of the Download crowd. After being over an hour late on stage at Hammersmith earlier in the week, Gn'R are on-time and on-form, opening with flashbombs and the one-two-three suckerpunch of Welcome To The Jungle, It's So Easy and Mr Brownstone. Axl Rose Axl Rose Live And Let Die and Knockin' On Heaven's Door follow, before guitarist Robin Finck picks out the signature riff to Sweet Child O'Mine. But you can tell from the giant screens flanking the stage that all is not well on the braided, goateed visage of Axl Rose. He's been carping about the stage being too slippy and, during a front-of-crowd walkabout, appears to aim the 'c' word at an over-zealous steward. As the band's most famous song dies, he abruptly announces: "We're having some technical problems, so we're gonna take a break." I was on this Leicestershire soil in 1988 when the over-exuberant response to Guns' debute Donington appearance led to the fatal crushing of two fans. With tonight's restless crowd, semi-delirious on three days of booze, guitars and 30-degree heat, this could all turn nasty. Just as it seems as though Axl's well-documented appetite for self-destruction is about to consume another comeback appearance, guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal saves the day, appearing alone, stage front, to crank out a guitar-only version of Don't Cry which quells the bottle-fight in the crowd enough for normal service to (almost) be resumed. Don't miss: Images of Download > In pictures: Download 2006 > Download 2006 wallpaper > You Could Be Mine claws back more ground but then Axl's gone again, leaving Finck and Richard Fortus to widdle their way through a (frankly excruciating) guitar instrumental version of Christina Aguilera's "Beautiful". That's followed by the night's first new song (The Blues?) in which the level of chatter in the crowd, followed by booing and chants of "sort your f****** head out" , have seasoned Axl-watchers on alert yet again. When bassist Tommy Stinson grabs the vocal mic and threatens to go home if he's hit by one more flying bottle, the rainclouds gathering above Download for the first time all weekend seem an apt, if ominous, portent of a coming storm. Maybe Axl needs this danger, this threat of impending violence, to really get the adrenaline racing. And as the band rips defiantly in to Out Ta Get Me, the whole dynamic shifts. Dizzy Reed's solo piano version of Ziggy Stardust is warmly received, another new song (Better?) sounds loads, erm, better. The tide has turned, and it's time for Axl's coup de theatre: "I'd like to welcome a very good friend of mine…Mr Izzy Stradlin…" and out trots his former sidekick to roars of approval. There are now as many members of prime-time Guns n' Roses in this band as there are in Velvet Revolver, and the performance of Think About You that follows throws down a gauntlet for all pretenders. Guns n' Roses T shirt "Can I get a piano out here?" asks Axl and seated, drink in hand, there's only one way he's going now. November Rain is nothing short of a masterpiece, the band firing, finally, on every single cylinder as the main man, in his own words, "beats the hell out of that old love song." Another "old friend" is welcomed onstage in the shape of ex-Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach, possibly one of the few frontmen who can give Axl a run for his money in the helium-scream department. The pair trade lines through My Michelle, before Stradlin's recalled for a run through Patience and a punked-out, four-guitar version of Nightrain which, to coin a phrase, rolls like a freight train right through the middle of this dusty field. The encores, bravely, begin with another newie, Madagascar, before Brian Mantia kick-drums the seven-piece into a masterful version of Rocket Queen. "I don't wanna go home," says Axl, before admitting: "that's different to how I felt an hour ago." Two more new songs – IRS and Chinese Democracy – are aired, both of them whetting appetites for the new album, before Izzy Stradlin comes out once more for the final two-step, a ramshackle, Stonesy version of Useta Love Her and a thunderous reading of Paradise City which lights up the sky with pyrotechnics and ticker-tape cannons. Guns n' Roses were once proclaimed The World's Most Dangerous Band. On tonight's evidence that danger is still there, which – while at one stage threatening to derail the whole show - has instead focused Axl and the band into delivering one of the all-time great Donington performances. Yes, Metallica were unstoppable on Saturday night, but they didn’t face the pressure of a world waiting to see them put a foot wrong. What Axl delivered in the face of that expectation was a two-and-a-half-hour masterclass in the light and shade of rock'n'roll. The new album, Chinese Democracy, is reportedly ready for release. If it lives up to tonight, then Guns n' Roses will once again be the biggest band in the world. A representative sample of comments received yeah man that right but axl chould be better with Slash/Duff/Izzy/and Matt Shorum .Chould be...... steve the greek Download=brilliant. i was screaming through all of it, and still have a sore throaght... Tess they sucked....! axl had the stage carpetted cos he fell on his rear, and he kept complaining at the monitor engineer "thats the worst sound i ever heard" etc. they started well but once they lost the crowd they barely got them back onside, this is because so many people left. there were HUGE gaps in the audience!(unlike saturday night). and yes i was a one of the drunken idiots dancing like a prat! had to do something to entertain myself. g'n'r on that night were pretty much axl + a backing (pub) band. rant over! ;) scruff Guns n' Roses were apalling. They couldn't hit a note right. Metallica on the other hand were the best band at download and are still metal genius'. There is no beating them. Metal GODS. matt Guns 'n' Roses were absoloutley fantastic, a great end to an amazing weekend. laura Glorified Karaoke with pyro's. Most unprofessional gig ive eva been 2! FREAKY It mite hav said gnr on the ticket but it was a very watered down version from the one I last saw at slane.! More to do with Axls apathy than Slashes absense.Metallica kicked their asssss !!!!! grace Due to Axl throwing his hissy fit, alot of riots erupted. If that's a masterclass, I'll be happy to skip it to watch Metallica. That's what you call a show, and that's what you call professionalism. It's about time Axl put down the mic, and picked up his pipe and slippers. There's many up and coming bands out there doing it twice as good as he once did. They are the ones calling shotgun, Grandpa Rose. Sali Persoanlly, i was looking forward to the monsters of rock being guns but they let me down- the immature behaviour left me feeling they had no desire to play music anymore- Metalica owned that festival placing more heart and sole than every other band put together Sam GnR were rubbish, slow and boring. end off. I was so dissapointed i left early. Phil To anyone who says the gnr set was less than amazing, where were you?!?!? I went to Download for just the sunday and saw some great bands, but Guns... well, I can't think of the words. So much pressure was on Axl as this is one of the biggest shows he'd done in a long time and I thought the whole band handled it well. I expected lateness and slaughtering of old songs, but what we got was an awe inspiring performance from one of the best frontmen the rock world has ever seen. Axl definately hasn't lost his charisma. I was right on the barrier screaming along to some of the greatest songs ever by my favourite band, in which my faith is now fully restored. Truly Amazing. Bring on Chinese Democracy! Angelina I'm so glad that this review was made! There's been some really biased reviews about the GNR set. In my opinion they kicked ass!!! I've waited so long to see Axl and I never thought I actually would. I was lovin every second of it. And the new GNR are way better than I thought they'd be! The guitarists are ace! Sierra To be honest, most of the set sucked, and everybody around me (except for the group of stoned, drunk dancing-but-hugely-entertaining idiots in front of us) were just waiting for Paradise City to be played. They do need a kick up the ass to be back to the time when we'll all be happy to sit through one of their shows, and I hope it's soon. Kay Everett technical difficulties?there was no difference in sound or lighting before or after their break! Axl was unprofessional when he just went of stage just because he slipped on the floor a little bit. Axl also had no stage pressence whatsoever, very dissapointing really... zach Spot on review, the amount of whinging ive heard about Axl's antics are just tired and boring, i personnal believe it added authenticity to the g'n'r experience :) David Watkins I was stood near the front filming nearly this whole set and all I could hear was people complaining that there was no slash. It's quite simple they went their separate ways, you can't expect to see the set from 1991 or whenever it was it's just not gonna happen. I thought they took the first half too slowly but eventually began winning the crowd over. It was amazing to see people changing their opinions so quickly. Axel needs to be careful though, you could tell he had a sore throat and it sounded as if he was stretching it. He needs to make sure he doesn't strain his voice too much or he could lose it. James Crook Fantastic review, one of the best I've read! Look forward to reading more. Lisa Ventura The first half of their set sucked. who cares about some nobody who can play a 10min guitar solo?! Really poor band, out of time for a lot of songs. redeemed thems selves in the encores though. they're gonna need to tighten up to be anywhere near their old selves (technically impossible though!!) will Excellent reveiw! Guns are back in full form this year. Kick ass show! (Despite the knuckleheads) Ions You forgot to mention that it was a plastic bottle, as no glass was alowed in the arena. People are under the impression that it was a glass bottle. This is an importaint point as it shows that his reaction was over the top, where as if it was glass, would have been apropriate. Chris woodz Great weekend, best festival I've deen to by a long way. Metallica were unbelievable I shall admit that but Im annoyed at all these 'Axl was poor' and 'GnR were a disappointment' type reviews I keep seeing. I was at the very front for GnR, actually next to the barrier, and in my opinion they were even better than Metallica. It was the best time of my life, topping the last time I saw GnR at Leeds. Axl was not poor, he was amazing! Kenneth Galloway I'd again agree that its a very accurate review, in someways (as it all came right in the end) it seemed apt that Axl had one of his traditional mards, could we expect anything less from him? Though i felt sorry for the guy hit with the bottle i felt more sorry for the camera man who had a guitar wrapped round his neck. Hannah At last, a reviewer that stayed longer than 10 mins! Best rock n roll show on earth! Dave the bassest was annoyed over being hit by a bottle big deal i had a glass bottle hit me in the head and shatter having a piece go in my head before metallica i stil lraved like a loonie and i still went into pits the next day. G N R ur mena be men not mice! sarah (aka) oWl (again) That's a fair review. Started badly but, boy, once they got going they really rocked. Too many solo spots (and most of them not much good) but the songs themselves were brilliant - the new material sounds great too. Neil Personally i thought GNR were mediocre. The set didn't flow like Metallica's had done. Axl constantly leaving the stage and the dragged on solos brought the show down IMO. For me the highlights were November Rain, Paradise City and My Michelle. Andy (Redhotpunk if ne Dwnload boardies reading) Great review! Best I've read so far!! *Bows to John Atkin* Anon I thought that gnr where a joke, strapping young lad, arch enemy and opeth where the best, axel once again has let himself down, he is a disgrace to what guns and rosed once were! Craig Jonson I don't understand why it is acceptable for a front man to throw a tantrum. Other bands have faced worst and stayed on stage. They sounded like a poor support act. We left at the first new song (it was abysmal) and wondered why they headlined when other bands were more deserving. As for the Metallica comment. People are always waiting for them to fail. They've only been forgiven the last few albums because they put on such an awesome show. Axl should take note. Emma I went to download this year and it was my first festival! I was really impressed by Guns 'N' Roses...Axl was clearly having problems hence him saying about technical difficulties and going off stage, mind you did anyone notice his swift costume change during that time? The review above is a very clear and accurate one of the night. I think the bassits reaction to being hit (almost being hit?) was fair..would any of you stand being hit with a bottle while you were trying to play to 60,000 fans? Julie Houseman I was honestly dissappointed by the performance G'n'R put on for us this year. Between Christina Aguleria covers and "technical difficulties" I was throughly annoyed so I walked away from the apparent "best metal loive act ever" ... Vicki Awesome review!! I've seen this band 4 times, and more to come. They get better every time. I am in awe everytime I see them onstage. You never know what's going to happen next, or how long their gonna play, but all that craziness somehow forms together the makings of one of the greatest performances you'll ever see. Heath Awsome concert and Great review! Sounds like you actually took the time to stop listen and absorb the full experience. Which is quite rare when it comes to reviewers of GN'R shows. It had everything from the drama that's become legend with GN'R shows. To actually fantastic performances, Axl is back on form, looking good and singing is spot on. Perhaps the first 'classic' show this new band have performed yet. The new songs sound fantastic! hope Axl keeps the mommentum this time. Mrf A quality, fair and intelligent review. Hats off to you Mr John Atkin :-) Bob I think that this years download was realli good and even though Axl'I'm gonna walk of stage every ten minutes' Rose was in a stress theey played an amazin set Alex Yea this sounds about right. GNR are kicking an unholy amount of ass right now. Buddha Master An amazing review! Thanks for Writing it! It is a great thing that all reporters don't have a personal vendetta against Axl. ... Just want to say, the review not only perfectly described the shift in momemtum during the vitriolic set, but also captured how phenomenal this band is when hitting on all cylinders!! Really appreciate this review, as it reminds me of the old Lester Bangs style of journalism during the 70's! Chester Best review I have read so far and the dude knows what he's talking about unlike all the rest of the reviews I've read. ZJ I love how some fans think it's their right to throw bottles at entertainers...One other rag said that Tommy Stinson "whined" about the treatment.Why don't we do this...whoever thinks its whining, we'll soak you in urine while you bust your ass trying to entertain us, and see how you like it...most of these losers should go back to their mums basement where they can download porn,listen to their Cannibal Corpse albums and dream of one day meeting a female. Zed Axl has something that other singers don't have. Axl is unique. Despite having problems GN'R could go on. YEah!! Dulmar Well done for not going there with preconceptions and judging the show itself Anon Great review! Very well written, and very fair. It's nice to read reviews like this. joe osburn This was a great review! Linus Carle Great review and spot on,Axl delivers. the problem is the guy has a hard time ever doing anything "right" for alot of ppl as he is constantly under a microscope ppl should keep in mind this is rock n roll not a political office. As far as the bassist reaction I think he handled it correctly I don't think many of us or any other bands would be happy to have bottles thrown at you when playing. Jim The 'Beautifull' solo is amazing, you obviously know nothing about guitar miusic. Adam S very good review ;) I enjoyed reading it marta I think the author of this review must be totally tone deaf.As an old fan, for me Saturday's GnR show was one huge disappointment. With such a low level of professionalism and total lack of effort from the band its not hard to guess Axl and his buddies are doing this to raise cash and dont even care about their fans. kristian Mathisen Excellend review! Thanks for a fair review in the press for once! Russ Robinson great review! Im gonna see GNR in Oslo, and Roskilde! Cant wait to see the Biggest band in the world! Nytunz I'm sorry, but if you think being hit by a bottle is ok, then there's something wrong with your value system. Maybe they should put chicken fence on the front of the stage in Donnington, like in those sleazy western bars you see in movies... Danny Finally, a fair review of the GN'R gig. Thank you so much for this. Christos Great review, John. Thanks for the insight. Sounds like the show, 10 years ago, would have been another GnR disaster. But, in '06, the band was able to turn it around an put on a killer set. Oh, and one thing: To Graham who says that Tommy was unprofessinal in his reaction to getting a bottle thrown at him, I'd have to wonder what YOUR reaction would be if someone walked in to your workplace and chucked a bottle at you? I'd say he was very professional. He voiced his complaint and went on with the show. Cal Great review and praise well deserved for Axl and the guys. Sneeks I left. Due to the amount of times Mr 'I need help'left the stage. Me and my friend then had a better night by going up by the kerrang interviewers and having a very 'truthful' interview about our opinions on Guns 'N' Roses. Tho the festival was a great time, I do think they could have found some much better headliners! From Tim Tim. N What is unprofessional about not wanting to be hit by bottles? They were fantastic, and as far as I am concerned Axl walking of stage is all part of the Gn'R experience. Ian That is the best review I think I have ever read. Absolutley spot on, however the piano solo by Dizzy was before The Blues, and the first new song they played was Better. Doesn't matter though, top review for a top top top show! Rob People may want axl to go horribly wrong, and had a smile on their face for the first few minutes, but after the "Slash" chants died and GnR got on form, they were un-stoppable. Why don't people just get it through their heads that Guns N Roses are no longer sith slash. Boo-hoo...if you're that bothered, go back to the camp site and let the people who wanted to see them watch them in peice. A Brilliant set which shows the return of Guns in Englang Chris I was there and had such high expectations, i've seen so mny massive bands, nine inch nails, velvet revolver, metallica, bon jovi, aerosmith to name a few, and GnR were incredible. Simple as that, not perfect musically, but what a show! Sam Best review i've read in a long while. Thank you. Richard Woolham frankly i was unimpressed with Guns N Roses, they came across as unprofessional (the bassists reaction to being hit by a bottle), and up untill November Rain they were a bit ropey. From Novemeber Rain onwards it was much better, especially My Michelle with Sebastian Bach, but the new songs sounded weak in comparrison to the 80s material, especially with I.R.S. sounding, to me at least, like Anastacia. They were easily blown off the stage by Metallica the previous night and The Prodigy just before them on the second stage Graham Smith Download U K 2006 Jan 15, 2019
Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman We Came, We Saw, We Conked Out: Download 2006 By Rebecca Hobbs Rebecca 'endured' all three days of Download 2006 with her Mum in tow - now she can't wait for next year's event! We shouldn't have been surprised. We have had wet Donington, cold Donington so it was naturally the turn of hot Donington. But this wasn't just hot Donington, more adjectives are required. It was baking hot, roasting hot and at times unbearably hot Donington. Not that this deterred the 75,000 visitors over the weekend, it just made us at times a little slower and a lot redder. From the start of the festival kicking off on Friday afternoon it was obvious that Donington Park was going to be packed to the rafters, well if it had rafters. Jada Pinkett-Smith Jada Pinkett-Smith on stage On a personal level, the Friday line-up did not inspire me but with so much more to do and see at the festival I was rather pleased not be beholden to the band timetable for a while and set off in search of shopping. Once again, the Download market had something for everyone and many of the stalls displayed clothes and jewellery which looked more like a display from an art gallery. Spending the three days with my Mum it was hard not to draw comparisons with festivals past. "I'm in a timewarp," Mum declared as we passed stalls selling t-shirts emblazoned with Che Guevara. One area that had seen a massive change over the years was the array of food stalls. With a choice rivalling an international food fair, you could eat your way around the globe at Download. Compare this to the festivals of the 60s when my Mum explained the great food dilemma was whether or not to have fried onions on your burger. No, this weekend we ate noodles from the Orient, pasta from Italy and even, in a fit of health conscience, a fresh fruit salad. Fortified, we did head front of stage for Wicked Wisdom on Friday, admittedly out of celebrity nosiness more than musical curiosity as the band is lead by Hollywood actress turned rock singer, Jada Pinkett-Smith. In the wings, her husband, actor Will Smith was spied by the crowd who chanted until he made a quick visit to the stage to wave to the Donington crowd. Don't miss: Images of Download > In pictures: Download 2006 > Download 2006 wallpaper > The infamous festival mobile loos were already starting to strike fear into festival goers by Friday afternoon as the plastic timebombs marinated in the unforgiving heat. Cue another reminiscence from Mum on the days of hessian sacking and a hole in the ground. It appears the structure of the loos change but the aroma and fear remains the same. It was very hard not to feel lethargic in the heat and any plans of rushing from stage to stage (remember there were three across the site) were soon put on hold. Groups on the 'quite like to see list' were sacrificed and all walks were to visit essential viewing only. For me this meant Henry Rollins on the Snickers Stage on Saturday afternoon. Whilst others went to watch some football game on a big screen, many like myself waited with anticipation to see Henry Rollins's spoken word act. His monologue is a mix of a comedy stand up routine cleverly disguising a very well thought out lecture. I would like to make his act compulsory viewing. His passionate views on the importance of learning, of tolerance, of awareness, of creativity had us nodding along in agreement as he echoed his points with some hilarious self depreciating examples from his own life. Henry Rollins was followed by Wicked Wisdom who had somehow managed to bag themselves two slots over the weekend. It was another energetic performance and in a déjà vu moment Will Smith was coaxed out to wave once more. James Hetfield of Metallica Metallica's James Hetfield on the big screen Saturday drew on. Trivium got the crowd going but the next act, Korn had to ask for some emergency assistance. With their lead singer sadly taken ill, members of other bands stepped in with vocals for an impromptu '& friends' get together. As the sun started to set the anticipation in the mainstage arena was palpable for Metallica. The 8:15pm start time came and went. There was a touch of the 'bridal prerogative' of arriving late when they made the stage at 9pm but any waiting was forgiven as they launched into a two hour set that saw them reprise Master of Puppets alongside many of their legendary songs in an atmosphere and setting which appeared to be their natural home. By Sunday morning, there was the feeling that this was the last leg of an endurance test. I was able to take the opportunity to meet up with fellow Download forum members not least of all the OOFAs (those of who are, let's say, maturing like fine wines). This demonstrates the true heart of the festival the opportunity to meet up with old friends and make new ones. We were entertained by Lacuna Coil whose set was lively though some people around me were bemoaning certain songs being missed of the set list. Their cover of Depeche Mode's Enjoy the Silence had me uneasy in case a crime against one of my favourite songs was committed but they just to say pulled it off. Cradle of Filth put themselves firmly on my 'best moments' list. They had taken the time to add a level of theatrics to their set with a goblin character (or else one of the band members was having a very bad reaction to the sun) and a female cord lisse artist. Lead singer Dani Filth proved to be quite the comedian between songs. "I've spoken to Axl Rose," he said in his gravel tone, "And he says if you don't make enough noise he is going home. And he'll plait his hair on the way." But Axl Rose and Guns n' Roses did show up, and they showed up early - throwing us all off guard somewhat. Here was the man with a temperamental reputation. The show kicked off with Welcome to the Jungle and it was time for me to have a nostalgia moment. Momentarily it was 1988 and I was out of my chair (yes, I succumbed to a camp chair by this point!) and dancing. The vocals were ropey, the flow was missing but Guns n' Roses, in their current guise, were back on the Donington stage. I sat back down as sadly nostalgia can only power you so far and in my heart there was a little sadness that we weren't getting Gn'R of old and 18 years hadn't miraculously been knocked off my age. And then it happened. Katie from Cheshire Katie had discharged herself from hospital Axl was off the stage citing technical difficulties. Thankfully I was sat next to a wonderful group of people from Cheshire, indeed Katie had discharged herself early from hospital to get to Download and in particular to see Gn'R. We were willing to be forgiving. They were back on stage but the flow remained missing. The lights and video screen dimmed between each song with the sense no-one knew what was coming next. Yet, in amongst all this, there were flashes of the 'old Axl' and for the final half an hour of the set it felt as if someone had hit the on button at last. Axl's snake hips were older but in no need of a replacement yet. He was joined on stage by my teenage heart throb Sebastian Bach, meaning another nostalgia flutter. And for a few brief moments there was the proof that the fire in Axl wasn't quite out, it just needs a good stoking now and then! It was a marvelous, but trying, three days of good music and even better company. Let's come back again next year and do it all again, with Henry Rollins's wisdom in our minds - this is not a place for fighting or harassment. It is a place to love music, to learn to appreciate others, to make friends and to make a difference. A representative sample of comments received Ok i will say that your review was okay, however I would like to point out the 50 odd bands that have yet to be mentioned, who in my opinion deserve more media attention than that of GNR. Every article i have read (including KERRANG AND METAL HAMMER) fail to even come close to killer sets such as Sikth, Devildriver, clutch, alice in chains, god forbid, tool, prodigy and so much more who actually actually gave the crowd something and were well appreciated for that. Download was excellent but we are to sidetracked by awful bands such as GNR. Katy try bein scottish and coping in that heat!! we had a black winter style tent with four of us in it thinkin it was gonna be cold! 40 degrees in it easily! so i slept outside for a week and it was rather nice! anyway i went there to see guns n roses and was hoping to see the good and the bad of axl and i got it so i was pleased but the kings of download were easilly metallica. megadeth to "kill the kings" next year? stuart Well I've been to many a festival and I think Download 2006 was one of the best I've ever been to, including the toilets (RELATIVELY speaking of course!!!). Not to mention the amazing lineup. Everythng about the weekend was great for me. Although I'm happy to say we were well away from the riots at the end, in fact we only heard about them on the news after we got home. It was only a few that let the rest of a really cool crowd down. akaElmwood How awesome are Metallica. They are great live and I enjoyed every single second of it. I missed Prodigy because I was stuck in a porter loo for half an hour. I was really disappointed with GnR. Matt great time as u can see on this website,picture 3. good weather and good people, what i can remember Dean Snowdon The residents of Isley Walton knew all about the toilet problems. Most of the kids seemed to use our hedges and woodland instead! Hazel Fitzgibbon Download was amazing. hot but excellent. I'm there every year and it gets better every time.... A lot of great bands and i can't believe i got to see DOWN!!!!!!! Ruth Nice review Beki - I too cringed at Lacuna Coil doing 'Enjoy The Silence' as it is one of my fave songs of all time. Unlike you however, I didnt think they pulled it off - very poor!! Sarge Great review, and a pleasure watching GnR with u on the hill, always great to meet such nice people :) Cheryl aka Nightbreed (download Boardie) Download U K 2006 Jan 15, 2019
Sm_avatar_20181225_130617_2  Redhalo Green Day played, did not see them. Nick Cave walked off stage after being hit in the head by a shoe. Breeders were great! Beastie Boys as well, and Shonen Knife were cute as buttons!!! Lollapalooza 1994 Jan 15, 2019
Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman DOWNLOAD 2006 2006, blimey what a scorcher! Baking hot summer weather saw the bowl of the infield become a bit of a sun-trap headliners tool, Metallica and Guns N’ Roses certainly dragged some of that Californian weather with them. Although not a fully fledged stage, the snickers bowl, a portable skate bowl with a stage at one end made a one time only appearance featuring skating during the day an a handful of bands in the evening. Download U K 2006 Jan 15, 2019
Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman DOWNLOAD U K 2006 Download England 2006 Setlists JUN 9 2006 Date Friday, June 9, 2006 - Sunday, June 11, 2006 Venue Donington Park, Castle Donington, England So far there are setlists of 85 gigs. Friday, June 9, 2006 Amplifier Atreyu Backyard Babies Bleeding Through Bring Me the Horizon Cathedral Clutch Coheed and Cambria Deftones Enter Shikari Fishbone Ginger Wildheart Gojira InMe SOiL Soulfly Strapping Young Lad Suns of the Tundra The All‐American Rejects Throwdown Tool Wicked Wisdom dredg Add Setlist Saturday, June 10, 2006 10 Years Alice in Chains Alter Bridge Arch Enemy Avenged Sevenfold Billy Talent DevilDriver Down Exit Ten Flyleaf Henry Rollins Johnny Truant Khoma Killing Joke Korn Living Things Manic Metallica Mondo Generator Opeth Reuben Satyricon Secret Machines SikTh Stone Sour This Is Menace Trivium Within Temptation bloodsimple Add Setlist Sunday, June 11, 2006 36 Crazyfists Aiden Alexisonfire Blindside Breed77 Bring Me the Horizon Bullet for My Valentine Cradle of Filth Darkest Hour DevilDriver DragonForce Eighteen Visions Evergrey Fightstar From First to Last Funeral for a Friend God Forbid Guns N’ Roses Hatebreed Hundred Reasons In Flames Lacuna Coil Lauren Harris Lordi Mendeed Sick of It All Skindred Streetlight Youth The Prodigy Viking Skull Voodoo Six Winterville Zico Chain Add Setlist Download U K 2006 Jan 15, 2019
Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman DOWNLOAD IRELAND 2006 Download Ireland 2006 Setlists JUN 9 2006 Date Friday, June 9, 2006 - Sunday, June 11, 2006 Venue RDS Arena, Dublin, Ireland So far there are setlists of 8 gigs. Friday, June 9, 2006 Bullet for My Valentine Funeral for a Friend Guns N’ Roses Add Setlist Sunday, June 11, 2006 Alice in Chains Avenged Sevenfold Metallica Stone Sour bloodsimple Add Setlist Download Ireland 2006 Jan 15, 2019
Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman METALLICA SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES MABUHAY GARDENS / NOVEMBER 30, 1982 SETLIST 1Hit the Lights 2The Mechanix 3Phantom Lord 4Jump in the Fire 5Motorbreath 6No Remorse 7Seek and Destroy 8Whiplash 9Am I Evil? 10Metal Militia SHOW NOTES Metallica World tour 1982 Jan 15, 2019
Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman METALLICA SLAYER ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES THE WOODSTOCK / NOVEMBER 11, 1982 SETLIST 1Hit the Lights 2The Mechanix 3Phantom Lord 4Jump in the Fire 5Motorbreath 6No Remorse 7Seek and Destroy 8Whiplash 9Am I Evil? 10Metal Militia Help Credits Terms of Use Privacy Policy © Metallica Metallica World tour 1982 Jan 15, 2019
Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman METALLICA SAXON WEST HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES WHISKY A GO GO / MARCH 27, 1982 SETLIST 1Hit the Lights 2Metal Militia 3Jump in the Fire 4Helpless 5Sucking My Love 6The Prince 7Let It Loose OTHER ACTS Saxon Metallica World tour 1982 Jan 15, 2019
Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman METALLICA U S TOUR 1982 ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES RADIO CITY / MARCH 14, 1982 SETLIST 1Hit the Lights 2Blitzkrieg 3Helpless 4Jump in the Fire 5Let It Loose 6Sucking My Love 7Am I Evil? 8The Prince 9Killing Time Metallica World tour 1982 Jan 15, 2019
Be06380d281ad653a87cc0d541df8804  Dennis Zimbelman METALLICA March 14, 1982: Metallica Play Their First Concert Metallica World tour 1982 Jan 15, 2019